Foundry is a quilt generator, which was the basis of the program used to design Collaboration. It generates patterns that are guaranteed to be piece-able using foundation paper piecing. The user can interact with Foundry to tell it to generate new quilts according to new parameters, such as rotating blocks, changing the number of blocks, and resizing the sashing between blocks.
These are little toy projects I’ve done. They will all be in weird and unstable prototype phases, and may lead to new research in the future.
While taking a Learning to Draw course at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, we had a class on perspective drawing. I decided to make a little toy to understand the rules of two-point perspective a bit better, without needing to worry about drawing all the perspective guidelines by hand yet.